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    Quote Originally Posted by hakuna matata View Post
    I'd go a winter dress, tights and ankle boots. But that's just my style lol
    this was actually my first choice for the party the other week but I got sidetracked and ended up in jeans

    I love a nice slouchy knit dress with some tights and cool boots.

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    See I am trying to figure out what my style is. Well I know what my summer/spring/Autumn style is I just hate winter, lol. I am still kind of hoping it's a mild evening and I can wear a long sleeved boho maxi, lol

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    This is like what I would wear if it were warmer

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    I'm someone who can never transfer summer outfits to winter. I would wear that in summer but if I added something to it in winter I'd either ruin the look or freeze.

    My style is jeans / pants in winter with shirts and blazers and summer dresses / shorts in summer. Never wear dresses in winter.

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    Yeah this is what I think too, I think dresses are supposed to be worn on there own. I have about 10 different things I could wear in warmer weather!Maybe I should be looking for a really nice jacket to wear with jeans. I really want a fitted leather jacket but can't afford it atm. I have one cropped blazer but it's a bit boring... Must keep searching

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    Can't go wrong with a nice coat, black skinny jeans and black bootiesImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1468380954.202663.jpg

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    I have 2 fabulous coats I bought when we lived in Melbourne but they are for snow-like temperatures only! I never wear them up here, I feel ridiculous. But I do need a not-so-warm coat (like leather jacket or similar). Where can I buy fabulous coats online that don't cost $500?

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    You can still wear your summery dresses in winter, just team them with dark tights, boots and a long cardi and scarf. That's what I do. I love wearing tights with short summery dresses and boots!

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    Eg: (not exactly what I had in mind but similar. I'd probably wear a long knitted cardi if cooler)
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    Default Need some outfit inspiration

    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    I have 2 fabulous coats I bought when we lived in Melbourne but they are for snow-like temperatures only! I never wear them up here, I feel ridiculous. But I do need a not-so-warm coat (like leather jacket or similar). Where can I buy fabulous coats online that don't cost $500?
    Revolve clothing. There's a website and app, they're in the us but free shipping. Not sure exactly what you like but here are some cheap examplesImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1468383240.744828.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1468383252.761878.jpg

    ETA also shopbop will deliver from us in 3 days or less for free. Prices range wildly but worth a look. Sorry, clothes get me v. excited.
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